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Tahir Bhasin replaces Ali Zafar in ‘Dear Zindagi’

MUMBAI– Following Indian extremists threats, Indian actor Tahir Bhasin has replaced Ali Zafar in the upcoming Bollywood movie ‘Dear Zindagi’. The trailer of the film released earlier has also not featured Ali Zafar and instead stars Tahir Bhasin. The film stars Shah Rukh Khan and Alia Bhatt in the lead ...

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West Indies defeat Pakistan to end winless streak

West Indies secured their first Test victory since May 2015 when they beat Pakistan by five wickets on Thursday’s fifth day of the final Test in Sharjah. West Indies, set 153 to win, reached their target before lunch when Shane Dowrich struck Mohammad Amir for four to reach 154 for ...

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Another pullout as Pakistan skips Women’s Asian Cup

KARACHI: The Faisal Saleh Hayat-led faction of the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) has continued its practice of pulling national teams out of international tournaments. The latest withdrawal came from the 2018 AFC Women’s Asian Cup, the qualifiers of which are due to be held in April next year, in a ...

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Trump calls Clinton ‘totally unhinged’ at Florida rally

US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has ratcheted up his war of words against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton as Election Day draws closer. Speaking to his supports at a rally in Pensacola, Florida, on Wednesday night, the billionaire businessman said recent polls show that he is ahead in the race, ...

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Bolivia detects first cases of Zika-induced microcephaly

Three cases of microcephaly linked to Zika virus has been detected in Bolivia. Health authorities said on Wednesday that defects had been recorded in three births since September, which could be linked to Zika. Aida Aguilera, the director of the public health service for the department of Santa Cruz, said ...

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Kenya to withdraw troops from UN mission in South Sudan

Kenya says it will withdraw from the United Nations peacekeeping mission in South Sudan after UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon dismissed the Kenyan commander of the mission over its failure to protect civilians. The Kenyan Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Wednesday that the country would “withdraw, immediately” its ...

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Report released on corruption allegations against Zuma

South Africa’s corruption watchdog has released the findings of a probe into corruption allegations against President Jacob Zuma. The investigation probed accusations that Zuma allowed a wealthy Indian business family to influence some cabinet post selections to benefit its own business interests. The 355-page report provided evidence showing that David ...

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Death toll from China coal mine blast rises to 33

Death toll from a recent explosion that struck a coal mine in China has risen to 33 as rescuers retrieve the bodies of 15 missing miners. Only two miners escaped the blast at the privately-owned Jinshangou colliery in the southwestern municipality of Chongqing. The official Xinhua news agency reported that ...

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South Korea’s Park appoints new chief of staff amid scandal

South Korean President Park Geun-hye has appointed a new chief of staff, part of sweeping reshuffles apparently meant to allay public outrage at a scandal involving one of her close associates. The embattled South Korean leader picked Han Gwang-ok, the chairman of the Presidential Committee for National Cohesion, as her ...

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